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Well it seems that RainForest Films has done it again. With a HIT Film , “Think Like A Man” . The film premiere was held right here in ATL. Oppose to Hollywood.Which is what Producer Will Packer and Author Steve Harvey wanted to happen. It seems that Atlanta was the right spot to hold the Premiere of such a significant film.

The Lovely LaLa brought out her whole family to see her own the big screen….

Based on the Steve Harvey novel Think Like A Man Act Like A Women , this film is definitely not your typical dating movie. It’s full of unexpected surprises as well as Many Cameo Appearances by top list Celebrities.Which is why the Red Carpet was Bananas, many Celebs came out to support including ATL’s Own T.I., Nelly, Doresey Levens, Demetria McKinney, Ne-Yo, Cedric Pendelton, Chrystale Wilson, Keisha Knight-Pulluam, Vanessa Williams and Tasha Smith….just to name a few.The All Star Cast were also in appearance, Michael Ealy, Gabrielle Union, LaLa Anthony, Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Romany Malco, Terrence Jenkins (106 & Park), and Gary Owen were all in attendance, including author Steve Harvey who initially wrote the book which the film was based.The premiere included a special appearance by entertainment mogul Tyler Perry!!!

The film was full of special Cameo appearances, which I cannot divulge. But, I encourage you to see this film. The acting and story line was phenomenal!! And NOT what you’d expect. It kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time. Actor, Kevin Hart definitely steals the show with his humor and edgy self expressions. I’d put this film at the top of my MUST See list!

That Keisha Knight-Pulluam know she looks good!

Shout out to 135th Agency, Sheri Riley, of GLUE Inc., Shanti Das, and PR Execs Sean Anderson, Jonelle Witt, Who had the Red Carpet on Point and Organized; this was one of the best I’ve experienced.

via FreddyO

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